The struggle for the empowerment and equality of a key figure continues, rural women

The World Day of Rural Women is celebrated on October 15th. The United Nations Assembly established this commemorative date one day after the celebration of World Food Day.

The Council of Ministers regulates subsidies to promote entrepreneurship and the participation of rural women

The Council of Ministers has approved, at the proposal of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, a royal decree establishing the regulatory bases for the granting of grants to entities of rural women at the national level, to boost the role of women in rural development for the call for 2018.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food awards the IX "Excellence Awards for Innovation for Rural Women"

The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPA) has awarded the work of seven women linked to the rural world in the IX "Excellence Awards for Innovation for Rural Women".

Smart Agro 2018 Forum: an approach to the future

The first edition of the Smart Agro Forum began with a few words of welcome from the General Director of Feria de Zaragoza, Rogelio Cuairán, giving the step to the intervention by the Director General of Rural Development, Innovation and Forestry Policy of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fishing and Food, Isabel Bombal, who outlined the main lines of work in relation to digitalization and the use of new technologies in the agri-food sector. "The digital transformation of the entire agri-food chain is a priority for MAPA and should affect the entire territory," he said.

Adama consolidates its commitment to the cultivation of cotton

One more year Adama participates in ExpoAlgodón to show the good results of Ordago® SC + Cottonex® 50 for the control of weeds, as well as the solution Lebron® 0.5G for the control of soil insects.

Challenges of the horticultural sector before the export of products to Europe

As a result of applying high standards of quality and control, the Spanish fruit and vegetable sector is the main supplier of fruits and vegetables in Europe. In the first quarter of 2018, the European Union was the destination of 93% of sales abroad of the Spanish fruit and vegetable sector, with 11.7 million tons and 11,760 million euros, according to data from the Spanish Federation of Producers Associations Fruit and Vegetable Exporters (FEPEX).

The video of the Second National Forum on Agro-Professional Women, of Seven Agromarketing, is now available

SIETE Agromarketing has just launched the video on the 2nd National Forum Agribusiness - 'Agro-Professional Women. Under the motto 'equality is a task for everyone', which was held last June 27 in Toledo. An audiovisual summary that summarizes the most important moments of an event, which had an excellent reception from the public and a great impact on RR.SS.
Mujeres trabajando en el campo. Imagen: Ministerio de Agricultura de España.

The Ministry announces the IX edition of the "Excellence Awards for Innovation for Rural Women"

The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has convened the ninth edition of the "Excellence Awards for Innovation for Rural Women" corresponding to 2018, in its four categories of "Excellence in innovation in agricultural activity", "Excellence in innovation in diversification of economic activity in rural areas "," Excellence in communication "and" Extraordinary prize for rural women's innovation ".

Education, training and communication: keys to increase the necessary empowerment of agro-professional women

The II National Forum Agribusiness - Agro-Professional Women has been held this morning in Toledo under the motto 'equality is a task of all', with a huge success of affluence, and an undeniable social awareness in favor of equal opportunities and diversity in the agri-food sector.

Sánchez Haro participates in the conference 'Present and future of agriculture in the Bajo Andarax' organized by COAG

The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development, Rodrigo Sánchez Haro, has participated in Almería in the day 'Present and future of agriculture in the Lower Andarax' organized by COAG, in which he reiterated that "the transfers are, day Today, a need to ensure irrigation in the field, although the future is through the use of reclaimed and desalinated water. For the representative of the Andalusian Government, "it is not a question that we can choose, it is a matter of necessity because we have to guarantee the water security of our farmers". Likewise, it has recognized that regenerated and desalinated waters open an "important field of work, in which we have to move forward. I really believe that there is the future. " During his speech, Sanchez Haro has reported that the Ministry returned to make, yesterday, the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food "the demands that we have been making from Andalusia on water." Among these, the Board's claim to lower the price of desalinated water -0.30 euros per cubic meter maximum- for Andalusian farmers has stood out. In addition, he has again raised the need for a "shock plan for the optimization of desalination for the Mediterranean, the creation of a working group and the establishment of a calendar to prioritize and coordinate actions in the field of pending hydraulic infrastructures" . "The change of central government does not stop the priority issues for our land, quite the opposite," said the head of Andalusian Agriculture, which stressed that for this type of problem solutions are needed to ensure the production of farmers and to achieve them we must collaborate together. " In this regard, he recalled the aid that the Board has made available to the Andalusian agri-food sector for investments in irrigation: more than 66 million, to which we will add another 43 million euros this year, which will include specific lines to take advantage of reclaimed water. During his speech, the counselor praised the commitment of farmers in the area of ​​Bajo Andarax for organic production, both in citrus and protected crops. "Organic production is not the only productive system that measures the degree of sustainability of agriculture in this territory, which also puts into practice integrated production and biological control of pests." The future CAP Likewise, Sánchez Haro has once again insisted on the need to maintain a common position among all the provinces and the entire Andalusian agri-food sector in defense of the future Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). "From the Ministry we will work to achieve it, since we are aware that a strong CAP is essential to promote a diverse agriculture and a live rural environment". For this, he recalled that from Andalusia "we support the central government is firm and forceful in defending the budget, for which the European Commission proposed a cut of 16% that comes to delve into the 1.052 million euros that we have already lost in the current frame ". "We want a communitarian agrarian policy that maintains the support to the pluriactivos farmers, that is designed with perspective of gender to construct a more egalitarian sector, that includes a maximum limitation to the aids distributing the detraído amount between small and average exploitations of the same region ", it is finished.